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have to fix the laws and policies that govern how schools are run and whether or not we're putting kids interests before adults' interest, and only after we fix those laws and policies will then an additional investment result in better outcomes for kids. john: fixes it means competition. your group got laws passed in that direction lifting the charter cap in mieshz. bliewk to you. thank you, michelle rhee. >> thank you. john: one who says she has evil is joe del grosso. at the top of the show, he was in a meeting attacking charter schools and also doesn't like for-profit competition. >> market driven education belos on wall street, not broad street. john: you got a lot of applause for that, joe, thank you for joining us. >> yes. john: bob bowdon, made a movie calmed "the cartel," saying you're a cartel like a conspiracy of people trying to keep prices up, competition out. >> no. you're wrong about that. why keep competition away? >> you said it on the clip saying if it's market driven, it's bad. >> no, i said that i don't like for-profit education. that has nothing to do with competiti
.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. melissa: here we go again, the president and congressional leaders come up empty-handed after their 11th hour meeting to avoid the sequeered. finding how to cut $85 billion bill he can be that hard, given that it is only about 2% of the $3.6 trillion federal budget. my next guest says that he has the solution. how washington can actually resolve the debt crisis. joining me now in a fox business exclusive is the ceo of tivo. what can the ceos do that these goofballs in washington couldn't? >> i am not sure. it is the answer, i'm not sure if they have the exact answer here, but it's certainly worth a try. a number of ceos have come forward as part of this effort. for the first time, will bunch of us have said that we are not weighing in on one political side or the other. but we have to come to a compromise here is we have to come up with a fiscal plan and long-term debt reduction. >> it is all about compromise and negotiation and getting to a solution. when you look at these guys, they are not
to do it? what do they you think? >> a lot of it depends whether they have the rule of law and political stability there as well as the political will at the very top. even if chavez people were to hold onto power after the election, it is predictable for those among them who say we need to open up to the private sector, investment, for run investment, capital, technology, expertise, to really renovate what's left of the petroleum sector. they do produce about 2 1/2, 2.4 million barrels a day but that is woefully underwhat their potential is. melissa: right. >> and i think they recognize that and they're missing the boat. there's, with oil at such high prices. melissa: yeah. >> they have rolled out the red carpet for the chinese and for the russians who are looking at oil as well as natural gas and so the chinese really have pulled up to the table here and are going to expect, particularly from a chavez government will expect a first right of refusal. melissa: stephen, could the chinese do it alone? is there any expectation the american companies get a toehold there. >> the american comp
put the law on your side. melissa: okay, we have some breaking news right now. we are getting reports that venezuelan president hugo chavez is reportedly dead. we're going to start with peter barnes in washington right now. as we try to dig through this story, peter barnes, obviously we'll see a big reaction to this. >> that's right, melissa. according to a tweet from the reuters news agency it is quoting the vice president of venezuela, vice president maduro, saying that hugo chavez is dead after a long battle with cancer. the associated press is also separately reporting this also quoting vice president maduro. we know that hugo chavez has been going to cuba frequently for treatments for his cancer and obviously he is now lost that battle. he has been a thorn in the side of the united states for several years here. as you know, on the diplomatic front, cozying up to iran and some other, some of our other countries not friendly to ours, and not exactly, not exactly promoting u.s. interests. but according to reuters and the associated press, he is dead. melissa: yeah. and they had don
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